Nice photos of “the hidden” China.

During your China trip you will probably find lots of nice places, but there are places barely visited by tourists that are worth just for it’s pure beauty, as they are from quite isolated places it may be a bit difficult to include them in your Chinese Tour but nothing is impossible! This first photo […]

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Vertigo at Huashan Mount

Advice to enthusiasts intent on taking on Mont Huashan on calf-power: don’t take the ascent lightly, you’ll need a good dose of humility and courage if you want to come out unscathed. The Huashan Mount is one of the 5 sacred mountains of China, this is definitely a place to go for your China travel […]

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Jiuzhai Valley

Situated in the Aba Tibetan and Qiang Nationality autonomous area, JiuzhaiValley is one of the most famous spot in Sichuan province. Being composed of nine villages is the reason why it is known as Jiuzhai (Nine Villages) Valley.  It is said that the god who was in charge of vegetation owned nine brave, kind and […]

White Fish Mouth

On September 2, 2011, in Kunming, Lakes, Valleys and Scenic Spots, Yunnan, by Jack Li

White Fish Mouth Scenic Spot is located in the west bank of the Dian Lake, 30 kilometers away from Kunming. It looks like a peninsula sticks into the Dian Lake. There are exuberant trees and bright and clean lake water, creating a beautiful environment. When the flood season comes, silts come from the west and […]

Fuli Bridge and Xiangui Bridge

On September 1, 2011, in Guilin, Historical Relics, Rivers & Gorges, Valleys and Scenic Spots, by Jack Li

Fuli Bridge Fuli Bridge is 500 meters away from Yulong Bridge, which is oval-shaped. The bridge floor, railings and steps are all made of noselite. The bridge was constructed during the period of Yongle Emperor of Ming Dynasty, with a history of over 500 years, which is one of the ancient bridges of Yangshuo. It […]

Yulong Bridge

On September 1, 2011, in Guilin, Historical Relics, Rivers & Gorges, Valleys and Scenic Spots, by Jack Li

Yulong Bridge is a stone arch bridge standing on Yulong River, located right by Yulong Village in Basha Town and built in Ming Dynasty. The bridge is 60 meters long, 5 meters wide, 9 meters tall and spans 18 meters. Yulong Bridge was built by stones, rather than any grout. It is non-destructive through hundreds […]

Yulong River

In the ancient time, Yulong River was called “Peaceful Water”, but because of the famous Yulong Bridge” its name was changed into Yulong River. The river originates from Bainian Mountain in Lingui County, through Jinbao Village, Grape Town, Baisha Town, New Yangshuo Town and Gaotian Village, and finally meets Jinbao River at Qinge crossing and […]

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Gan Haizi Meadow

On September 1, 2011, in Nature Scenery, Valleys and Scenic Spots, Yunnan, by Jack Li

Gan Haizi Meadow is a wide meadow to the east of Jade Dragon Snow Mountain, which is 4 kilometers long and 1.5 kilometers wide, at the height of 2900 meters above sea level. It is a natural meadow with mild terrain. When you are in the Gan Haizi Meadow, you can feel a sense of […]

Fairy Tower Scenic Spot

The Immotal Tower scenic spot got the name due to the fairy tower’s altitude and the shape. The tower is 48 meters high and looks like a fairy. The vertical distribution of forest vegetation is obviously. The boundaries and the four seasons are clear. The Fairy Tower is in a valley which is 1400 meters […]

Five Dragon Heads Scenic Spot

On August 26, 2011, in Beijing, Mountain Areas, Valleys and Scenic Spots, by Jack Li

The Five Dragon Heads got the name from the five stones in the southeastern of the main peak. The main peak is 2118 meters high and it is the highest peak of the Yan Mountain. If you arrive at the peak you will see five ridges extend to different directions and the five ridges means […]

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